Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Opportunities at MEFMI - ZAMBIANS - 9/2/2014

1)       Information Technology Officer
2)       Human Resources Officer
3)       Programme Officer – Macroeconomic Management Programme
The Macroeconomic and Financial Management Institute of Eastern and Southern Africa (MEFMI) is a regionally owned Institute with 13 member countries, currently: Angola, Botswana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.  Established in 1997 under an expanded mandate, MEFMI was founded with the view to building sustainable capacity in identified key areas in ministries of finance, planning commissions and central banks, or equivalent institutions.  MEFMI strives to improve sustainable human and institutional capacity in the critical areas of macroeconomic and financial management; foster best practices in related institutions; and bring emerging risks and opportunities to the fore among executive level officials.  MEFMI seeks to achieve, within its member states, prudent macroeconomic management, competent and efficient management of public finances, sound, efficient and stable financial sectors and stable economies with strong and sustained growth.  The long term objective is to contribute to the poverty reduction process among people in MEFMI’s operational zone of Eastern and Southern Africa.

The MEFMI Secretariat is based in Harare, Zimbabwe. 

Applications are invited from suitably qualified nationals of member states to fill the following positions:

REF:  012015ITO – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER

Job Summary

The incumbent will report to the Director Finance and Administration. He/she will be responsible for planning, designing, implementing and maintaining secure and effective information and communication technology (ICT) systems for the Institute.

Key Performance Areas

1)       Contributes to the development of and implements the MEFMI information communication technology (ICT) strategy.
2)       Prepares and implements the ICT budget.
3)       Procures and installs computer hardware and software.
4)       Manages the electronic communication infrastructure (equipment and network services)
5)       Maintains the Institute’s management information system which includes the accounting system, HR system, Payroll, Employee Self- Service and capacity building activity database.
6)       Supports the computer based debt management systems by configuring and installing the applications.
7)       Implements and maintains the disaster recovery plan, back up procedures and information security and control structures.
8)       Provides user support, training, advice and updates.
9)       Is responsible for ICT Administration (maintenance, repairs and service contracts).
10)   Supervises support staff.


Academic Qualifications, Experience and Competencies

a)       A degree in Information Communication Technology (ICT)/ Computer Science or equivalent. A post graduate qualification in ICT or related field will be an added advantage.
b)       Experience and/or Training in Data Communications
c)       Experience and/or Training in TCP/IP Standard
d)       5 years hands on experience in supporting LAN/WAN environment
e)       5 years of progressive ICT experience in planning, design, development, implementation and maintenance of computer information systems at middle management level.
f)         Hands on experience in maintaining management information systems
g)       Excellent planning and organisation skills and ability to meet deadlines.
h)       Excellent written and verbal skills.
i)         Strong interpersonal skills.
j)         Cooperation and Team Spirit.
k)       Experience in conducting formal and informal training for other staff will be an added advantage.
l)         Experience in implementing ICT Disaster recovery plan will be an added advantage.
m)     Leadership skills and ability to operate at both strategic and operational levels.


REF:  022015HRO – HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER

Job Summary

The incumbent will report to the Director of Finance and Administration. He/she will be responsible for developing and implementing Human Resources (HR) policies, procedures and systems. He/she will also provide HR services to all staff and undertake administrative functions.

Key Performance Areas

1)          Contributes to the development of and implements MEFMI strategy on human resources management and development.
2)          Prepares and implements the HR and administration budget.
3)          Develops and implements human resources policies and procedures.
4)          Assists line managers and staff to understand and comply with human resources policies and procedures.
5)          Facilitates the recruitment and selection of competent staff and prepares the relevant documentation.
6)          Administers, coordinates and maintains the performance management system.
7)          Develops the staff learning and development plan and coordinates and implements staff learning and development programmes to ensure compliance with identified or emerging needs.
8)          Manages the Human Resources Management Information System.
9)          Develops, recommends, implements and maintains reward systems that enable the attraction and retention of the best talent.
10)      Facilitates the Institute’s participation in remuneration surveys with comparators to ensure competitive compensation.
11)      Administers and maintains the Institutes’ job evaluation system to enable proper evaluation and grading of existing and new jobs.
12)      Advises Supervisors and employees on grievance and disciplinary issues and ensures that they are resolved in line with the Institute’s’ policies and procedures and employment legislation.
13)      Promotes and implements health and safety programmes at the work place.
14)      Manages the Institute’s regional capacity building programme for Heads of Human Resources.
15)      Contributes to MEFMI publications (e.g. quarterly progress and annual report) and prepares HR reports that meet management information needs.
16)      Facilitates the provision of administrative services (procurement of goods and services, office maintenance and repairs)
17)      Supervises support staff.

Academic Qualifications, Experience and Competencies

a)          A degree in Human Resources Management or equivalent. A post graduate qualification in Human Resources Management or related field will be an added advantage.
b)          Membership of a Professional Human Resources or Personnel Institute.
c)          5 years of progressive work experience in Human Resources at middle management level.
d)          Considerable knowledge of principles and practices in all aspects of human resources management.
e)          Experience in the use of computerised management information systems will be an added advantage.
f)            Experience in the use of Microsoft office.
g)          Strong interpersonal skills and human relations handling skills at all levels.
h)          Influencing and negotiating skills
i)            Excellent written and verbal skills.
j)            Excellent planning and organisation skills and ability to meet deadlines.
k)          Experience in conducting formal and informal training for other staff will be an added advantage.
l)            Ability to work in a multicultural professional environment.
m)        Leadership skills and ability to operate at both strategic and operational levels.


REF:  032015PO - PROGRAMME OFFICER: MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME

Job Summary

Reporting to the Director, Macroeconomic Management Programme, the incumbent will be responsible for carrying out capacity building activities in Macroeconomic Management with special focus on collection, analysis, reporting and policy actions of Foreign Private Capital, Balance of Payments and International Investment Promotion data in line with global codes and standards in MEFMI member states, Regional Integration and Trade Issues, and Natural Resources Management.

Key Performance Areas 

1)       Contributes to the MEFMI Strategy in respect of issues pertaining to Foreign Private Capital Monitoring and Analysis, Balance of Payments and International Investment Promotion, Regional Integration and Trade Issues, and Natural Resources Management, including the Programme’s Annual Work Programme and budget.
2)       Assesses and updates member states’ capacity building needs in the areas of Foreign Private Capital Monitoring and Analysis, Balance of Payments and International Investment Position, Regional Integration and Trade Issues, and Natural Resources Management.
3)       Rolls over the MEFMI private capital monitoring system (PCMS) to MEFMI member states and maintains and updates the PCMS.
4)       Plans and implements regional and in-country capacity building activities in private capital flows, monitoring and analysis, including the designing of training materials.
5)       Plans and implements regional and in-country capacity building activities in Balance of Payments and International Investment Promotion, including the designing of training materials.
6)       Plans and implements regional and in-country capacity building activities in Regional Integration and Trade.
7)       Plans and implements regional and in-country capacity building activities in Natural Resources Management.
8)       Participates in joint country missions with partner institutions.
9)       Contributes to MEFMI’s publications.
10)   Prepares in - house reports (e.g.  Quarterly progress, annual and monitoring and evaluation reports). 
11)   Networks with peers, member states officials, other regional organisations and cooperating partners in PCMS, Regional Integration and Trade Issues, and Natural Resources Management.
12)   Participates in the selection, assessment and accreditation of Fellows and development of regional trainers.
13)   Monitors timely inputs into MEFMI database of programme activities.

Academic Qualifications, Experience and Competencies

a)          At least a Masters degree in Economics/Finance/Statistics or related discipline.
b)          5 Years relevant work experience in the Ministry of Finance or Economic Planning and Development (Economy) or related government institutions, Central Bank or in a Regional or International organisation.
c)          Proven hands-on experience in Balance of Payments and International Investment Position Statistics.
d)          Exposure to macroeconomic analysis, policy design and investment analysis.
e)          Exposure to international trade and regional integration issues and policy.
f)            Exposure to Natural Resources Management issues.
g)          Strong qualitative, quantitative and analytical skills.
h)          Investment/monetary surveys experience would be an added advantage.
i)            A MEFMI Fellowship in Private Capital Monitoring and Analysis or Balance of Payments and External Sector will be an added advantage.
j)            Computer literacy and knowledge of application of main software packages used in economic analysis.
k)          Documented evidence of publications and research experience.
l)            Ability to work long hours and under pressure including frequent assignments to member states.
m)        Excellent facilitation and presentation skills.
n)          Ability to work in a multicultural professional environment.
  • o)          Excellent written and verbal skills.
p)          Leadership skills and ability to operate at both strategic and operational levels.
q)          Cooperation and Team Spirit.
r)           Strong interpersonal skills

Benefits

The successful candidates for the above positions will be appointed on fixed term contracts at an attractive remuneration package which includes a tax free salary paid in US dollars.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Applicants for the above vacant positions should submit written applications, clearly stating the position applied for, accompanied by a detailed CV with names and addresses (including telephone, fax and e-mail) of three referees to be received by 19 September, 2014.

MEFMI is an equal opportunity employer and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. 

Applications should be sent to:

The Executive Director
MEFMI
9 Earls Road
Alexandra Park
P.O. Box A1419
Avondale
Harare
ZIMBABWE

Email:  vacancies@mefmi.org stating the position applied for and the reference e.g.; REF: 022015HRO –HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER                                               

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

INTERPRETER/TRANSLATOR, ENGLISH

Posting Title: INTERPRETER/TRANSLATOR, ENGLISH, P4 
Job Code Title: INTERPRETER, ENGLISH 
Department/ Office: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda 
Duty Station: ARUSHA 
Deadline: 27 September 2014 
Job Opening number: 14-LAN-ICTR-36610-R-ARUSHA (T)

This position is located in the Language Services Section of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (UN-ICTR). The incumbent will work under the general supervision of the Chief of the Language Services Section, and the direct supervision of the Head, Interpretation/Translation Unit.

Education
Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in translation and interpretation. A first-level university degree in modern languages or law in combination with a degree, certificate or diploma in translation and interpretation from a recognized translation/interpretation training school or qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. The candidate must have passed the official ICTR competitive Examination for French to English Interpreters/Translators.

Work Experience
At least seven years of work experience involving interpretation and translation in government, an international organization or a large-scale private organization. Good knowledge of the various fields of law. Experience in court interpretation and legal translation, particularly in the field of criminal law, is required. Familiarity with the aims and procedures of international organizations functioning at government level, particularly of legal institutions.

Languages
English and French are the working languages of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). For the post advertised, a perfect command of English which must be the candidate’s primary language and an excellent command of French are required.

To learn more details and apply: https://careers.un.org/

Behavioural Change Management Manager (BCC)

SUMMARY SCOPE OF WORK
The BCC Manager will lead the evidence-based behavior change activities on the project. This position will work with the project team to identify key behaviors that could increase agricultural productivity, competitiveness, and general food security, as well as develop and implement communications interventions to change these behaviors. The BCC Manager will be responsible for ensuring the quality of the theoretical design of the communications activities and the creativity and impact of the communications materials themselves. He/she will also be in charge of the roll out and scale up of the interventions in project areas. Finally, the position will work with the monitoring and evaluation team to ensure that the impact of the behavior change activities is measured and evaluated for constant learning and improvement.
RESPONSIBILITIES
Leadership
  • Provide strategic leadership and vision for BCC interventions.
  • Represent the project before stakeholders and oversee the implementation of communications activities throughout Zambia.
  • Establish and maintain a productive relationship with key stakeholders, including government officials, NGOs, and community groups for smooth implementation.
Management
  • Work collaboratively with project staff and Danya regional staff to ensure proper financial projections, reporting, spending, and compliance with project terms and conditions.
  • Ensure all BCC deliverables are met on time and of high quality.
  • Promote and support the dissemination of best practices among the project teams.
  • Contribute to timely, accurate, and appropriate reporting of program activities and results to the donor, including progress reports and annual reports.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
  • Relevant bachelor’s degree with postgraduate-level training preferred
  • A minimum of 6+ years of experience in designing and implementing BCC activities or substantive experience designing and implementing communications interventions with a behavior change component.
  • Excellent interpersonal, writing, and oral presentation skills
  • Experience identifying and developing behavior change messages
  • Experience successfully executing BCC campaigns
  • Experience developing audience-specific, evidence-based communication products and BCC materials.
  • Strong change management, results-oriented, and decision-making skills
  • Work collaboratively with other project team members to ensure necessary program planning, development, resource availability, and management activities function smoothly and efficiently
  • Ability to work in a complex environment with multiple tasks, short deadlines, and intense pressure to perform
  • Fluency in English and local languages
  • A team player accustomed to building team capacity and developing communities of learning among project staff and other partners
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
  • Demonstrated experience providing technical assistance to USG-funded BCC projects
  • Experience developing successful, replicable, and sustainable activities
  • Expertise in research to practice – identifying best practices and adapting them to program realities
  • Understanding of USAID food security interventions, including FTF programming
How to apply
Interested applicants please email CV together with a covering letter which explains how you meet the criteria in this job description to: recruitmentafrica@DANYA.com

Sr. Program Assistant, Better Immunization Data (BID)

ORGANIZATION: PATH
PATH is an international organization that drives transformative innovation to save lives and improve health, especially among women and children. We accelerate innovation across five platforms—vaccines, drugs, diagnostics, devices, and system and service innovations—that harness our entrepreneurial insight, scientific and public health expertise, and passion for health equity. By mobilizing partners around the world, we take innovation to scale, working alongside countries primarily in Africa and Asia to tackle their greatest health needs. Together, we deliver measurable results that disrupt the cycle of poor health.
The Better Immunization Data (BID) Initiative’s strategy is based on the premise that better data, plus better decisions, will lead to better health outcomes. Its vision is to empower countries to enhance immunization and overall health service delivery through improved data collection, quality, and use. The BID Initiative will shine a light on the challenges surrounding data collection, quality, and use, and identify practical, country-owned, country-led solutions in immunization that could spread to other health interventions. The Initiative will partner with countries and global health stakeholders to develop and deploy a holistic and scalable approach that focuses on information system products, data management policies, and the practices of people that use them in order to enable evidence-based decision making. These components will be packaged into a replicable solution that can be easily and cost-effectively adapted by additional countries interested in using it to improve their immunization management. If successful, a true tipping point will occur—one in which countries can access, analyze, and act upon accurate immunization data—anytime, anywhere, resulting in improved immunization outcomes.
PATH seeks to recruit a BID Initiative Sr. Program Assistant who will play an important role in supporting the overall activities of the initiative in Zambia. The Sr. Program Assistant will work closely with the Finance and Operations Manager and provide key support to the BID Initiative Zambia Director and technical leads. S/he will provide the ongoing administrative support for the BID Zambia team, as well as have the specific responsibility to monitor the project timeline and integrated work plan.
Job responsibilities will include:
  • Assist in the creation of and provide ongoing monitoring of the project timeline and integrated work plan in conjunction with the Finance and Operations Manager and BID Zambia Director, including tracking of various team activities, key resource allocations, critical-path management, and parallel track planning to ensure milestones and deliverables are constantly defined and monitored across the initiative within Zambia.
  • Utilize identified team tools to coordinate communication, work efficiency, and collaboration within the Zambia BID Initiative team, as well as with team members in other countries as needed through virtual teaming practices.
  • Support BID Zambia leadership to achieve proper planning, completion, and dissemination of deliverables and maintain tracking systems for project implementation.
  • Draft correspondence to partners and collaborators, including cover and thank-you letters and general email correspondence.
  • Support activities led by initiative technical staff by helping to plan events, logistics, basic information gathering, and support with overall coordination of activities.
  • Serve as project point person for email, faxes, and other correspondence; alert appropriate individuals regarding necessary action items and gather information to draft responses to routine incoming correspondence.
  • Maintain appropriate electronic and paper information management systems, including maintenance of Zambia SharePoint site on BID Initiative central site.
  • Maintain project calendars and travel schedules and coordinate with Seattle-based BID Program Assistant on BID-related international travel and meetings.
  • Schedule and assist with team meetings, including making all arrangements for rooms and equipment, compiling and organizing relevant background materials, preparing agendas, drafting meeting minutes, and monitoring follow-up activities.
  • Coordinate arrangements for conferences, workshops, meetings, and other events, including liaising with procurement and addressing equipment needs, catering, travel arrangements, hotel suggestions, taxicabs, and other necessary details for staff, guests, and project consultants. Assist with post-travel expenses and invoices as needed.
  • Coordinate with other PATH departments as needed on communications, travel, and accounting activities.
  • Assist with completion of administrative forms as required, including procurement request forms, check requests, meal conference forms, etc.
  • Assist Finance and Operations Manager with contracts monitoring, including submission and follow-up of agreement requests to relevant PATH departments, expiration reports, and payment processing.
  • Assist in coordinating initiative team's work with other PATH programs.
  • Liaise with the Seattle-based BID Initiative Program Assistant and other project support staff in other countries on cross-collaboration activities.
Required Skills:
  • Advanced computer skills using Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Demonstrated strong administrative and organizational skills.
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills, including proofreading and editing.
  • Strong interpersonal and critical thinking skills.
  • Excellent organization, attention to detail, and ability to appropriately prioritize competing tasks.
  • Effective time management and able to work under time pressures.
  • Fluency in English required.
Required Experience:
Post-secondary diploma, plus a minimum of two to five years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience,experience with immunization-related terminology and concepts preferred,experience in an international organization or in a multicultural environment, preferably with a health or development focus, is desired.
You must currently have legal authorization to work in Zambia.
PATH is dedicated to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
Tracking code:
6282
Company Location:
Zambia,Lusaka
Job Type:
Full time/Regular
How to apply:
For detailed job description and instructions on how to apply, please visit:: http://bit.ly/W6883O

Segment Manager Job at MTN Zambia

Segment Manager

Responsibilities
  • Assist in the development of the 3-5 year segment marketing plans
  • Plan and develop segment growth and retention strategies in conjunction with other stakeholders
  • Work with relevant units to develop products/services based on customer segment profiling
  • Develop initiatives to increase customers’ satisfaction via the customer management process.
  • Support in the development of advertising/communication concepts/ strategies.
  • Develop and implement relevant robust Go-To-Market plans to ensure objectives are met.
Requirements
  • First degree in marketing or any other Commerce related degree
  • Possession of a post graduate degree will be an added advantage
  • 5 years’ experience of which:
  • At least 1 years in a managerial/ supervisory position
  • Marketing experience within an FMCG or Advertising / Communications Industry
  • Experience in the telecommunications industry
*Closing date for applications is 07/09/2014
Applications including CV and copies of certificates should be e-mailed to    jobs@mtnzambia.co.zm.
Please indicate the job title in the subject of you e-mail and use your full name and the job title you applying for as the filename of your application. Application should consist of your letter and CV only, in a single document.
Hand delivered or posted applications will not be accepted.
* Note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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